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Master fly tyer Gary Hanke tying a great Grayling Fly

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How To Prepare For A Fly-In Fishing Canada Adventure

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  The ultimate fishing trip for a true fisherman is a fly-in fishing canada adventure.  Fishing in places where very few people have ever been is almost a zen like experience.  The tranquil untouched beauty of the wilderness is amazing. And fishing for the large aggressive native fish is beyond words. But to totally enjoy such an adventure you must be adequately prepared,  even when coming to a remote wilderness lodge like Grizzly Creek Lodge.  It’s not like you can just hop in your car and drive to the nearest store to pick up something you may have forgotten.  To [...]

Best Fishing Lodges In Canada

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What has four arms and four legs, nets over 100 fish weighing a total of over 1000 lbs and still has time for a relaxing shore lunch and a delicious home cooked dinner? Answer: 2 happy fishermen catching Lake Trout and Pike on a spectacular June day out of one of the Best Fishing Lodges In Canada, Grizzly Creek Lodge. I guess one of the things they need to add to the “What To Pack” list is a tube of Ben Gay, Can you imagine what your arms would feel like after boating that many fish. I think the next [...]
Toobally Lake at Grizzly Creek Fishing Lodge Yukon Canada

Grizzly Creek Fishing Lodge Yukon Canada

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Following the cliché, there are Yukon Lodges, and then there is the Grizzly Creek Fishing Lodge Yukon Canada. Grizzly Creek Lodge is one of a kind and offers a remote luxury rarely found anywhere. Grizzly Creek Lodge is owned by David and Reggie O’Farrell and is located on the shores of Toobally Lake in Yukon Canada. The only way to get to Grizzly Creek Lodge is by float plane from the town of Watson Lake Canada. The Lodge and its cabins were built by the O’Farrells themselves in the middle of this pristine forrest. Each building was built using local [...]
Shore Lunch

Shore Lunch

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                                               Shore Lunch a Canadian Tradition Fresh fish is hard to beat. Fresh fish you have caught yourself is even better. Shore-lunch is considered by many to be an essential part of any northern fishing trip. But shore-lunch is more than just food; it’s an experience. There is something about eating a good meal cooked over a crackling fire in a wilderness setting that draws you in. A shore lunch can turn a bad day on the water [...]
Favorite dessert at Grizzly Creek Lodge

Classic Strawberry Shortcake

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Strawberry Shortcake
Another Favourite pie recipe from Grizzly Creek Lodge

Apple Cranberry Streusel Custard Pie

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Lingon berries are one of our favourite wild berries, and we are lucky to have a lot of them around the lodge. Locals refer to them as "low-bush cranberries," because they are so similar in texture and taste to domestic cranberries. I found this recipe in an old Amish cookbook many years ago, and it has become a favourite at Grizzly Creek Lodge. I hope you enjoy it!
Float Plane Ride

Anticipation On The Final Leg Of The Journey

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The flight from Watson Lake to Grizzly Creek Lodge is the last leg of your journey.  The jaunt is short but the terrain is breathtaking.   At this point your less than an hour away from some of the best fishing in the Yukon.
Rhubard and Strawberry Pie

Rhubarb & Strawberry Pie

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Nothing is better than frest Rhubarb and Strawberry Pie after a long day of fishing and a hearty dinner at Grizzly Creek Lodge.  Ask Reggie for the recipe,  I'm sure she will give it too you
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